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About the Central Rail Extension
As part of FasTracks, the Central Rail Extension will improve access between and among the northeast Denver neighborhoods, the downtown transit network, and the full RTD transit system.

Extending the Central Rail Line that currently ends at the 30th•Downing Station to the East Rail Line's 38th•Blake Station will also provide northeast neighborhoods with more direct access to the East Rail Line, which connects Denver Union Station with Denver International Airport, while also providing East Rail Line passengers with a second rail connection into a different part of downtown Denver.

RTD is currently conducting the Central Rail Extension Mobility Study. The study, scheduled for completion by late 2014, will identify the most feasible rail transit route and operating plan to allow the Central Rail Line to provide a direct rail connection between the 38th•Blake Station and downtown Denver with no transfers.

The first public meeting for the Central Rail Extension Mobility Study was held on February 26 at the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. Click here to view the materials presented at the meeting on the Central Rail Extension Mobility Study. Watch a video of the presentation and Q&A session here.

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